Looking slim and moving fluidly the veteran center grabbed 14 rebounds, nine points, four assists, two blocks and one steal in 31 minutes - exactly what they need out of him on a nightly basis during the regular-season.
He chipped in on offense while playing stiff defense against Paul Gasol and Chris Kaman, guarding the paint and protecting the rim.
His performance highlighted by a palm block on an attempted dunk by Nick Young that sent the swaggy guard spinning into the photographers and forward Draymond Green.
Injury-free for the first time since the 2011 NBA Lockout, Bogut is providing the Warriors with the big presence they've needed for years.
Bogut and the Warriors continue their participation in the NBA Global Games when they face the Lakers again on Friday in Shanghai.